We can already say emphatically that Julia Faustyna is not Madeleine McCann. After months in which this young Polish woman has defended over and over again that she is the three-year-old girl who disappeared in the ‘Ocean Club Resort’ apartments in Praia Da Luz almost twenty years ago, the representative of what she claimed to be she has confirmed that her hypothesis has turned out to be unsuccessful as confirmed by DNA test results to which he submits the girl’s parents.
Julia Faustyna wanted by all means to become a genetic test with Kate and Gerry McCannparents of the missing woman, to check if she was Madeleine, something she suspected not only because of her physical resemblance but also because of the refusal of those who are still her parents to provide her with photographs and documentation from when she was a child.
“The story is much more complicated than a young Polish girl wanting attention. She really believed what she was saying and with so many doubts about her childhood it’s easy to understand where she came from.”, has defended Fia Johansson, the medium, detective and representative of the Polish woman.
The results indicate that Faustyna does not have British roots like Madeleine McCann, but Polish, Lithuanian and Russian: “He has 100% European ancestry”, but it is ruled out that it could be the other missing young woman they suspected. Although now it is them, Julia and her representative, who distrust the intentions of the Polish parents.
By flatly refusing to submit to a DNA test, Johansson claims that “It is impossible to know for sure without the DNA results of her parents, the test results speak of Julia’s origins,” however, they defend that they do not do so because they refuse to participate in the “media circus” that their daughter has set up around her identity.
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In Jared | The other 3 girls who have claimed to be Madeleine McCann before Julia Wendell since her disappearance